The Depression was a dark time in America's history, but it did yield some incredible tips for surviving on a budget and saving money.
Panicking over the recent market downturn? Deep breaths. Your money will be okay this time, and next time, too. Here's why.
Today we found some great articles on frugal Depression-era habits, the emotional side effects of debt, and tips for knowing whether a good deal is a smart purchase.
My dad was a child of the Great Depression, and those challenging years solidified a financial philosophy and simple lifestyle that's worth a new look today.
Stagflation, the bane of the 1970s, is pretty much the worst situation for ordinary folks. With the economy depressed, jobs are scarce for workers and profits are scarce for busin
Our spending and money management choices may be influenced by factors we can't control in our own minds as well as factors we couldn't control growing up. You may ask, to what are
During the Great Depression, simple frugality was the only way to get by. There was a saying that everyone lived by: "Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without." There's a l
My parents and my husband’s parents were children during the Great Depression. Mine lived in large cities; my in-laws, small towns. Their families started this era from neither a p
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